The Nest Learning Thermostat comes with a 320 x 320 resolution 1.75-inch display with 24 bit color
The Nest Learning Thermostat displays energy spending history
The Nest Learning Thermostat can be installed by the user, or by a local professional
Nest co-founders Matt Rogers and Tony Fadell
The Nest Learning Thermostat's Auto-Away feature adjusts the temperature depending on whether someone is at home or not
The Nest Learning Thermostat is capable of self-programming itself via its user's habits, activity sensors and Internet-gathered weather information
The Nest Learning Thermostat comes with a timer indicating how long it will take to reach the desired temperature.
The Nest leaf icon on the display indicates when the energy is being saved
The Nest Learning Thermostat can be operated remotely via a smartphone app or Internet-based interface
The Nest Learning Thermostat comes with a smartphone app for iOS and Android devices
The Nest Learning Thermostat features a brushed stainless still ring and is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery
While programmable thermostats are nothing uncommon these days, many users adjust the temperature manually utilizing the thermostat's basic feature only. On the other hand, it's certainly difficult to develop an appropriate program corresponding to the volatility of daily life. Designed by a team led by ex-Apple engineer Tony Fadell, the Nest Learning Thermostat offers a new take on automatic temperature adjustment. Featuring a simple knob-based design, the unit is capable of self-programming itself via a combination of its user's habits, activity sensors and Internet-gathered weather information, thus increasing energy savings without much effort on the user's part.
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